Living in beautiful Mid Wales gives you access to miles of rolling hills and unspoilt countryside, with stretches of sandy beaches and coastal walks to the west. Whether you like cycling, mountain biking, sailing, running, walking or bird watching, you won’t find anywhere more conducive to attaining that essential work life balance. The area includes the Cambrian Mountain range and the UNESCO Dyfi Biosphere Reserve, with Cardigan bay famous for its dolphins and sea life.
In addition to the natural environment, Mid Wales has excellent educational facilities, with 114 primary, 4 middle and 13 secondary schools across the area providing an excellent bilingual education.
In addition, there are 4 colleges in Mid Wales and the Universities at Aberystwyth and Lampeter, with the world famous Centre for Alternative Technology, National Library of Wales and the Dyfi Osprey Project other notable attractions.
Rural Mid Wales covers the counties of Ceredigion, Powys and south Gwynedd, with secondary care delivered by 1 District General Hospital (Bronglais, Aberystwyth) and 12 Community Hospitals.
There are 5 Doctors Cluster Groups in the region - in South Powys, South Ceredigion, North Powys, North Ceredigion and Meirionnydd.
The area is served by 3 Health Boards (Betsi Cadwaladr and Hywel Dda University Health Boards; Powys Teaching Health Board) and comes under the governance of 3 Local Authorities - Gwynedd, Powys and Ceredigion.